Found October 18, 2011 on
The Daily Dolphin:
A few talking points as we linger a moment on Monday night’s debacle before turning our attention to Tim Tebow Week: 1. Paul Soliai is stealing nearly $12.5 million, but he’s not the only one who can’t muster a pass rush. The Dolphins had high hopes for Soliai when they designated their former fourth-round pick their franchise player last [...]
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This wasn’t how Jason Taylor wanted the Jets to see him again.
The frustration of the Dolphins’ 0-5 start was written all over Taylor’s face as he stood in the deathly quiet Miami locker room after a 24-6 loss to his former team that wasn’t even really...
There is a human toll for these cant-win Dolphins, a side of this nightmarish season that goes deeper than the frustration and embarrassment of an 0-5 record. There is anger in what is happening, too, a sense of betrayal. There is hurt.
Well, another "L" for the Dolphins after what some may say was a humiliating loss to the Jets monday night. Now what? What could be worse than an 0-5 start? Pretty much nothing it seems. Tony Sparano's now 25-28 record since his 2008 start with the Dolphins is not a number to be overjoyed about. Not to mention the fact that the Dolphins have now lost 8 straight...
Lets face it folks, this season is over. There is no saving the Dolphins in 2011. If the cavalry is riding over the hill, its coming to trample the last bit of respect this once-proud franchise had when this season began but seems all gone now.
Ted and I talk about tonight’s Monday Night game against the Miami Dolphins
Tim Tebow just called into the media center at the Miami Dolphins facility here in Davie. Tebow, the Denver Broncos’ second-year quarterback, will be making his first start of the season on Sunday when the Dolphins host the Broncos.
Tebow’s start will coincide with the Dolphins’ “Gator Day” celebration, which will honor the University of Florida’s 2008 national championship...
Here’s a laugh: Miami Dolphins reporter Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, in today’s column, says that the New York Jets “are not that good.” Hmm… Might want to head over to Sun Life Stadium Armando. <div
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Who: New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins
When: 8:30 p.m. EDT
Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
Media: TV – ESPN, DirecTV – N/A, Radio – 1050 AM ESPN Radio, Sirius – 93, Sirius XM – XM 226, Internet Audio – NFL Fieldpass.
Their Previous Meeting: The last time these two teams met, the Jets had imploded against the Patriots the week prior losing 45-3 after...